Brown Palace Hotel
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- 98%Luxury Travelers
- 74%Business Travelers
- 74%History Buffs
- 63%Family Travelers
- 51%Green Travelers
- 51%Outdoor Enthusiasts
- 51%Local Culture
Member Reviews (10)
- Brown Palace HotelMember ofHistory BuffsLocal CultureOutdoor Enthusiasts+ 7Dec 29, 2013
Great classic railroad hotel with restaurants that can do amazing prime rib. Beautiful interior, excellent service, a real treat! Probably the best brunch in Denver at Ellyngton's.
- Brown Palace HotelMember ofHistory BuffsLocal CultureOutdoor Enthusiasts+ 6Jul 04, 2012
This is a beautiful old hotel in the heart of Downtown Denver. My grandfather told me that he and his father both used to stay here when they were in Denver on business, so I visited while I was in town recently. It's worth just a walk through the lobby, even if you don't eat a meal or explore further.
- Brown Palace HotelJun 21, 2013
My daughter treated me to the famous tea.It was thrilling to be enscounced in luxurious surroundings, incredibly beautiful historic setting..I felt like a Queen. The service, music, & the famous Tea was splendid.
- Brown Palace HotelMember ofBusiness TravelersFamily TravelersLuxury TravelersMay 02, 2013
A historic treasure. Built in 1892, and one of the oldest hotels in Denver...in fact I think its the 2nd oldest hotel in Denver. Entirely elegant, and near the heart of downtown Denver. Winter time is among my favorite times to visit, as the holiday lights/decorations are beautiful.
- Brown Palace HotelMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsFoodies+ 2Sep 06, 2012
Denver's most historic hotel, it has an actual historian on staff. If you don't stay here, you can take a tour of the hotel Wed and Sat at 3pm, but try to come in October when they do ghost tours. The location is amazing, right in the heart of the city, and the rooms are historic without being stuffy.
- Brown Palace HotelJul 05, 2012
This is the best hotel in the Rocky Mountain city cartgory. I've stayed here several times over the years (including my honeymoon 1n 1971!) and it is the GRAND hotel of the Mountains. ot far from downtown Denver, this is a newly remodeled Golden Era luxury hotel. A wonderful lobby has a great news stand and a fascinating seafood seafood bar, set up like a Glouchesyer Massachusetts waterfront pub. There's no water outside but the hand-blown glass windows create a wonderful illusion. Decor and rooms are big and stocked with elegant European antique furniture, such as the gold-rich miners bought for their Western digs. Throughout the hotel you are happy to experience the opulence and hoy-polloy style of the Colorado Gold Rush. There is a very good hotel dining room and service is generally good as many employees havespent their careers at this same establishment. The concierge department is clever and responsive and can get you tickets for a show or a county rodeo. Many day tours to placs like Estes National Park, Boulder, Pike's Peak and innumeralbe other destinations involving, Indians, cowboys, natural wonders and modern technology. It's also a business man's hotel and the various public rooms are often crowded with ranchers and lobbyists; fun to see them in their wild-west business clothes and cowboy hats (that they wear indoors) It's the only 4* I'd use in Denver.
- Brown Palace HotelJul 04, 2012
If you are looking for a special experience in the heart of downtown this is it. The Brown has been wonderfully restored to the height of victorian elegance with modern amenities (inculding a spa and fitness center) discreetly worked in.
They have a great afternoon tea and several top restaurants right in the building.